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, new developments in the scandal involving e-mail aliases at the e.p.a. a scandal that may have led to e.p.a. director lisa jackson resigning. lisa jackson also went by the name of richard winder and the name of a pet and the street she grew up which i think is what you technically do to get your porn name. >> stephen: meg yin i don't want to scandalize you but technically you have to do a bit more to get a porn name. i'll send you some links. [ laughter ] let's get to the important issue. >> you have disclosed your porn name. >> it's not good, ready, noah arrestedsly. no one wants to see that. [ laughter ] >> stephen: oh, no, megyn, i'm pretty sure he wants to see that. [ laughter ] though, i have to say for the record, noah arrestedsly is not as good a porn name as megyn kelly. anyway we were talking about the e.p.a. monica kroully was in the studio what is her porn name. >> monica's is muffin hunt. [ laughter ] >> stephen: i have to say muffin hunt isn't just a great porn name it's also a great porn title. spoiler alert -- [cheers and applause] -- spoiler alert, they find it. [ l
, potentially affected. epa knew there was ongoing research into this, and they went ahead own okayed the use of this fuel knowing full well this research was ongoing. it's potentially very harmful to a lot of people. melissa: i want to slow down to people understand. what we're talking about now, because i was shocked about the story when the research came out in may saying the gasoline that's supposed to be great for the environment, great for cars, is actually dangerous for the car, and in some cases, it voids your warranty. it's a big deal. what's the new research show? >> well, it goes into another part of the fuel system. the original research we look at looked at just the valves and the valve seals so it hurts your engine. now, this looks at the fuel components, itself, the pumps, the components of the distribution system. there are other parts of the vehicle, too, to be tested. it takes awhile to do this, but layer upon layer, the more we look, the more problems we're seeing. it's irresponsible to move forward in this fashion knowing full well that millions of cars in america could be
e-mail accounts being used by the top woman at the epa. one of which was later connected to her, that's-- it's epa chief lisa jackson, outgoing now. the epa inspector general took up the issue and ms. jackson resigned her post. what happens now with the investigation into richard windsor, secret e-mail name? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has fast acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ sighs ] thanks! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus. ♪ oh what a relief it is! ♪ [ male announcer ] to learn more about the cold truth and save $1 visit alka-seltzer on facebook. >> fox news alert. less than 24 hours after congress resolves the fiscal fight that was months in the making, we're getting word on a new spending ba
the -- >> epa? >> epa. there you go. >> siersly? is epa the one you were talking about? >> no, sir. no, sir. we were talking about the agencies of government -- the epa needs to berebuilt. no doubt about that. >> but you can't name the third one? >> the third division of government -- >> commerce? >> commerce. and let's see. i can't, the third one, i can't. sorry. >> he must have got a whole lot of help from his pals here. that's why they came out. you can't bring notes with you? they start scribbling the notes when they get out there. howard, i've never heard oops before in the national debate. >> up next, the most outrageous conspiracy theories. this is "hardball," the place for poll sicks. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> back to "hardball." the final weeks of president obama's first term are upon us. it's hard to remember the many bizarre conspir
will be contrary to any big grand deals. i think president obama proved its first term that the epa used correctly has some muscle on these things and the courts now recognize that they can regulation emissions, and it's a moratorium now because of some of those decisions. new standards about emissions from cars, and anybody walking around the detroit auto show saw there is a whole new range of cars that are trying to hit those 2015 targets. but every expert you talk to here -- everybody you talk to says we need a price on carbon. that is going to be the biggest thing that help drive the cost up and the emissions down. >> jennifer: and that of course is not going to happen with this congress, and i would be surprised, frankly, james if the epa is going to be the means, good luck getting an epa head confirmed, right? >> that is definitely going to be a challenge, and with an outgoing epa head who has troubled a lot of concerns here -- >> >> jennifer: yeah especially with no filibuster reform. >> yeah. >> jennifer: it's a tough one. all right james i got to go but i rea
. however, the epa has a message for all of the lbgt youth out there in tennessee or not. it gets better. they published a video supporting lbgt rights it's a part of dan savage's it gets better project. >> being openly gay at epa has been so much easier than i ever thought. >> when i came to epa to work full-time, i made the decision right away that i was going to be out from the minute that i got here. i didn't want to start this important part of my life in the closet again. >> jennifer: there will always be misguided people like the senator from tennessee, but there will also be a whole lot of people who are kind and welcoming like dan savage and the epa. and it doesn't get much better than that. or maybe it does. remember the 60 sitcom gomer pile? jim neighbors told hawaii news now. we have been together for 38 years, and it was not ashamed of people knowing, it was just such a personal thing that i didn't tell anybody. >> jennifer: they married earlier this month in washington state. congratulations private. and thank you all for joining us in "the war room."
before and no one has certainly seen since. the >> last year, epa announced no standards for cars and trucks to come into effect in 2025. a panel of regulators and industry observers talk about how these new standards will be met. a second panel includes executives of chrysler and toyota. this two-hour event was hosted by the national journal. >> are opening panel discussion will feature mitch bainwol, president and ceo of alliance manufacturers, don chalmers, national auto dealers association. rebecca lindland, director automotive research, ihs automotive. gina mccarthy, administrator, epa administration. mary nichols, chairman air resources board. our moderator will be china leven, correspondent. font has covered patch of regulation for dow jones newswire and "the wall street journal" as an alumnus does columnists daily, now a national journey daily. now a reminder to everyone in the rim and viewing us the string that we welcome your comments, questions and that the atwitter hash tag n. jay otto summit. we will come around handheld microphones for q&a during the question-and-ans
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. the biggest culprits? the epa and the energy department. here to explain the director of regulation policy for the american action forum. sam, welcome. i want to start with this $106 billion number we were talking abouin the break. this is a lot of money. so $106 billion. these are rules that are still being written that were supposed to go into place sometime this year. this as the laws not already on the books, this is what is coming. tell us about that. >> correct. for example, there are 25 economically significant regulation at the white house now, that is regulations with a economic imct of $100 million or more. some are rules under the affordable care act, menu labeling rules, rules for vending machines, labeling requirements. so there is aot at the white house now. there is lot of rules that are passed their atutory deadline. past the deadline for the administration set for them, that have been waiting around for several months. we don't know why. you can assume might be because of the election because the pace we're on right now is significantly lower than other re-election years.
's also soft on iran. >>> and epa regulatory menace lisa jackson finally resigning because president obama apparently will approve the keystone pipeline. that's the latest from a number of sources. and i say good riddance to her, but good for the keystone pipeline. here is a disgraceful story tonight. new reports that welfare cash is being spent on strippers, booze, and important shows. whatever happened to work requirements. and the battle everyone's waiting for in miami tonight, notre dame looks to win the national championship over obama. but in one way, the fighting irish may have already won. and last but not least, i'm going to tell you why i think a debt ceiling and government shutdown, bad idea. i'm going to show you a better way. the "kudlow report" begins right now. . >>> first up, amid allegations of anti-semitism and antiisrael sentiments, president obama nonetheless nominated former republican senator chuck hagel for the position of secretary of defense. that today, also reportedly soft on iranian sanctions. so is there any truth to these charges? here to discuss eliot abrams,
needs to demand action, get action, using his executive authority through epa. there's a pathway to get through climate reductions which will in the end affect people on the ground. we need to get that done. >> hold your thought on epa. the first test i feel like of the rhetoric reality is the keystone decision which was punted until after the election. keystone, political political mobilization about this issue. a year and a half ago was obscure, and then activists mobilized around it, made it very difficult to just go make this a kind of behind-the-scenes deal that the state department signed off on. they have to sign off on it because it crosses international boundaries which means the president has the authority to block it or give it the okay. nebraska republican governor, who is giving some bipartisan cover to opposition to it has now approved a new proposed route for it that he says preserves the aquafer in the state of nebraska. can we take seriously the president's commitment if he allows keystone to go forward? >> chris, it's important to differentiate between approving keysto
a misunderstanding of the science and could undermine public safety. i should point out the epa is currently reviewing the safety of the three flame retardant chemicals. that's in addition to the ones the company has already phased out in 2005. the epa could force them out of production as well, but they say that review won't be finished until the end of next year. >> there's something else i want to share with you regarding fire safety. espn host hannah storm had a terrible accident in her home when this propane grill exploded. it left her with first and second degree burns on her face, neck, chest, and hands. >> then i yelled inside to my daughter who was setting the table, my 16-year-old. i said mommy is on fire. you have to call 911. >> mommy's on fire. call 911. amazing stuff. storm returns to the scene of the accident for the first time with me. that's next. yellowing. crest whitestrips whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so
from the state of california and tom in the administration's epa. keenly involved particularly from a manufacturing perspective and insight of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least, our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, a former national security advisor to the president. a very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group that also works with a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month i believe a significant contribution to the energy debate. so let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here among us. [applause] with the newly elected congress and administration that has now started its second term, we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs for those americans who are still looking for work here the oil and natural gas industry has been a br
. there was a 2011 epa report that found that there were chemicals in the ground water of a wyoming town that the agency that epa said were likely linked to fracking chemicals that were injected deal down deep down. the epa is doing further studies, and there is a preliminary report out last month that found it inconclusive. but if fracking is polluting ground water and if it risks emitting methane gas into the atmosphere is there a way to make the process of fracking safer. so there is now promising research showing that it might be possible. joining me now to answer that question, and to really help us sort out fact from friction in this fracking debate is new york time column news and dot earth blog andrew revkin. he is comeing to us frommed with. andrew, welcomed in "the war room." >> it's great to be with you. >> jennifer: all right, you have reported on methods being developed to make fracking safer. and one of them is to track fracking chemicals. in real people's language can you tell us how that would work? >> well, a lot of debate, a lot of the fight over this technology relates
. >> oh, five. okay, commerce, education and the, um, um -- >> epa? >> epa. there you go. >> seriously, is epa the one you're talking about? >> no, sir, no, sir. we're talking about the, um, agencies of government. epa needs to be rebuilt. >> but you can't name the third one? >> the third agency of government, i would do away with education, the commerce, and let's see. i can't. the third one, i can't. sorry. oops. >> he must have had a whole lot of help. >> you can't bring notes with you, they start scribbling the notes. >> up next, the right wing's most outrageous conspiracy theories are m coing up. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ male announcer ] what are happy kids made of? bikes and balloons, wholesome noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. blast of cold feels nice. why don't you use bengay zero degrees? it's the one you store in the freezer. same medicated pain reliever used by physical therapists. that's chilly. [ male announc
, the evidence fades away. there is no epidemiologic study. the epa has analyzed the water and said it is safe. nge.le do not like chain conservative people have never liked change, and i suppose the hudson and their ryan are -- >> mitt iran, we have not heard what you said. -- mayor brian, we have not heard what you said. >> after they brought concerns to the industry, cabot oil, they did testing and they said do not drink your water. they said do not base in this water, do not drink it. there is so much behind the scenes, how much oil and gas and big corporations control it. there is an advertising campaign that has cost hundreds of millions of dollars. to say that this is a clean industry, and it is just not. areas like texas and utah and stuff, we're not talking about that. we are dealing with one of the most pristine areas in the country, where clean water willl be dramatically affected. it is not the same animal here. range resources did not know what they were doing in pennsylvania back in 2003, and then they came up with this horizontal drilling, and we are right in the middle of an ex
the grand canyon visibility study. i was shocked when a regional epa administrator can then and was promoting the idea that north dakota should clean up the air better. i pointed out north dakota was the first state to meet the clean air standards, i was mining and farming coal-fired power plants. but she couldn't disagree with that. however, her theory was that north dakota was too super clean the air, that it would go down to the central corridor and help clean up the air and visibility in the grand canyon. we had a conversation about that, but it was then that i understood if we were serious about conservation and preserving the productive capacity of land and resources -- you can't be sitting and a cubicle. you can't be in the office. you have to be on the lan and among the people they are producing an energizing that land be close to those who work the soil had to recover natural resources for the benefit of our economy and citizens and who work on issues that are sustainable and affordable. one facet of top-down government conservation programs just are not going
over steps its legal boundaries we sue them and we recently won a case of the epa that is employment prevention agency because they are so good at that. they are very good at that and our co-plaintiff was a democratic board of supervisor, biggest county of virginia where i grew up. we saved the taxpayer in fairfax county $250 million and our state department of transportation another 70 million. it was enormous win and it was an experiment by the epa, where we said and fairfax county said they are breaking the law. they said it is another way of doing what we are doing for 40 years and the court agreed with us. one of the great things about winning the federalism wins. when virginia winnings, everybody wins and now the other cases like this are all in missouri, and my first phone call to my colleague. democratic attorney general chris coster and said happy new year and he said happy new year . i said no, no. really happy new year and let me tell you why . he was excited to hear that outcome. i talked to him two hours after the order came out. federalism is a fight for all of us and a
force to track interstate weapons sales. another agency getting attention is the epa groups for years are pushing the epa to regulate bullets and ammunition pause of their lead content. epa says we don't have authority to do it. a number of groups filed lawsuits in federal court to force the agency to look over and how the bullets are being used where they are being used. this is what the lawsuit says. it is indisputable that lead is a chemical substance. epa concluded that toxic lead is a toxic substance and removed nearly all products containing lead from the market. the epa has not taken any action to regulate lead bullets and shot. that lawsuit was filed last summer. no decision yet from the court, patti ann. patti ann: how is the gun industry responding, shannon. >> reporter: they tried to get involved filing as intervenor wanting to be a party, the epa is right, saying it doesn't have the authority to tell you how much ammo you can buy, what kind you can use and you can't. here is larry keane, one of the industry representatives. >> we have seen and are concerned about efforts t
letting the epa test underground water at its well sites to see if fracking pollutes. perhaps further evidence that it may be safe. still there are many on the left who are adamantly against fracking. among them, believe it or not, chefs, 150 of them have sent a letter to new york governor cuomo urging him to ban fracking. chefs against fracking. one of them joins us later this hour. we're talking environmental policy with a pastry chef at 10:35 this morning. >>> now this, a republican senator introduced new legislation yesterday that would stop or overturn every decision made by the national labor relations board, the nlrb in the last year. this comes on the heels of a court ruling that said president obama exceeded his constitutional authority by making nlrb appointments when the senate was on a break. all rise, judge napolitano is here. i don't want to get into the constitutionality or otherwise. it's been ruled unconstitutional; right? got that. my question is -- >> you're talking about the recess appointment. the manner in which he used them this time around, yes. stuart: okay, u
. well, coming up, new developments in the scandal involving e-mail aliases at the epa, a scandal that may have led to director lisa jackson resigning, she denies that, but more and more suggestions to that effect are coming from people who are familiar with the story. we're going to speak with the lawyer who first blew the lid off this story. without this guy we might never have known that lisa jackson also went by the name of richard windsor. that's her alias, which is the name of a pet and the name of her street that she grew up on, i think technically is what you'd do to get your porn name. did you ever hear that? so you go by your first pet's name and the first street you lived on and that would be your name if you decided to venture into naughty films. in any event, i digress. and we talk to the guy who blue the lid off the scandal and joins us live. the big new brawl over using kids in politics as both the n.r.a. and president obama use children to help deliver messages today. appropriate? and we'll investigate what's called the case of political correctness on the playgrou
, there are new warnings from a powerful senator what could happen if the epa does not answer questions -- answer all the questions about the use of alias e-mail accounts, this is in the wake of the top person at the epa, lisa jackson, using all of this, you know, sending out he e-mails and receiving e-mails under this alias, richard windsor. and were those all disclosed, where people submitted requests? did the epa and other government agencies for any correspondence regarding the epa administrator. there are questions about that. so much so the inspector general is investigating that. we'll speak with the man who exposed this scandal with a simple information request. there are questions whether anybody in the epa could possibly get confirmed as the new epa administrator given what's going on with this issue. 600 people will walk into the florida everglades to hunt the pythons, powerful enough to swallow an alligator whole. what could possibly go wrong? uproar over a proposal for a so-called trillion dollar coin. could it allow washington to keep spending right past our debt ceiling? that's nex
it a game changer means that with lisa jackson out as head of the e.p.a., all he's done, on one hand we love it. we want to hear him say climate change and science deniers, it sets up a huge political battle over the head of the e.p.a. >> it's not just obama. the failure of cap and trade was through the congress, not just republicans but democrats in congress. they had ties to coal, nuclear et cetera. i feel like the debate is moving, but it's like the gun control debate, but further behind. we have horrible shootings, we say we have to do something after gabby giffords then aurora. then after sandy hook, it got put on the agenda. climate change is moving that way, too. we keep saying after the explosions in louisiana we have to do something. we have to do something then, you know, hurricane sandy happens and it looks like finally we have reached that moment where we are going to do something. i don't know. i think it might take one more horrible environmental tragedy for it to get put on the agenda. >> we have done -- the fact the e.p.a. exists and it was created under richard nixon. as i w
the epa into one of the sites to conduct strict tests on the ground water before and after drilling. i'm betting chesapeake energy would not agree he to this unless they knew they passed the test, all that have bodes pretty well for more energy production in this country. what do you think the left thinks of all of this, new drilling, fracking, democrat don peebles joins the company for the entire hour, ten o'clock eastern this morning. dp did you see this? i was on steven colbert. he went after me because i dared to suggest that the show "downton abbey" poses a threat to the left because it it of shows the rich in a positive light. >> along comes the show downtown abby rich people feature, generous, nice people, create jobs for heavens sake, classy, they've got style and we love them. that show is wildly popular. which poses a threat to the left, doesn't it? >> yes, it does. >> yes, it does, the popularity of "downton abbey" proves that america moves rich guys, the same way the popularity of breaking bad moves america loves meth dealers. [laughter] that's very good, it is funny and i'
a secret email account false name her job at the e.p.a. to conduct official business. right now, there are so many unanswered questions. and as the investigation unfolds, it could make it much more difficult for president obama to find her successor. chief washington correspondent james rosen with the story. >> you know her as lisa jackson. the head of the environmental protection agency stepping down after four year tenure that saw frequent clashes. >> take responsibility for it environmentalists regard as hugely successful. >> negotiated landmark accords double gas mileage within the next 10 years or so. she got some the suit and mercury out of the air we breathe. >> some privileged folks knew her as richard windsor. that's the used on thousands of emails she sent and received on private account with e.p.a.gov if you have fix. it's subject of inspector general's probe used freedom of information act to secure access to 12,000 emails the first 3,000 of which will unsealed on monday. >> i can't tell you the intention behind creating false identity but i know the obvious impact.
with authority to classified documents a secret including the epa and the ever pulled department. so the republicans are doing this, not just liberals. >> we have at least five left-wing groups who are actually more concerned about the transparency that because. obama is worst in bushes they said was the worst ever or come out right and say obama is the worst ever. the obama administration. john: he has rejected more freedom of information act requests than bush. >> also prosecuted more whistle-blowers including as by simply because they blew the whistle on software boondoggles and someone. obama is the worst threat comes to transparency ever. we know from their behavior is their hiding things that desperately don't want us to seek. now, -- john: maybe you're a busy body, the political enemy in the dow what you'd have this stuff. i don't blame them. >> i'm paying for the microphone. i didn't ask whether they wanted me to see it. these in my records unless the burden is on them and they can provide can't. what they're doing is telling us things that aren't true, finding it increasingl
enough coverage. who made that decision? was it the e.p.a., and what kind of a difference do you think it made in our society in america let alone the how many cost, but also in economic cost. >> i mean, the cost has been huge. the cost, the human cost, of course is huge. you have millions and millions of kids who were, you know, sort of artificially turned into monsters. the economic coster is enormous, the cost of crime is huge, the cost of locking um criminals is huge. you've got how many cost, huge economic cost, as well. >> cenk: what if we hasn't taken the lead out that that continued, instead of going down, we almost semi permanently lived in that state and we might not have done that if for example we didn't have the e.p.a. >> that's exactly right. what happened was partly sort of accidental and partly deliberate. in the early 1970's, we were fighting smog, right and the way to fight smog, we ended up deciding was to put catalytic converters on cars where you have to run unleaded gasoline. we were forced to take the lead out to fight smog. beyond that, there was research at the
change and the new geography of violence." >> if the government allowed the epa too what it must do, raise the price of burning fossil fuels, that would help direct private money into renewable energy, help put people back to work. in the face of this crisis, we have to think seriously and creatively about the role of government. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama is expected to sign the bill to deter the brunt of tax hikes and spending cuts known as the fiscal cliff that took effect at midnight yesterday. the compromise bill passed by the house late tuesday makes bush tax cuts permanent for about 99% of households. it allows tax increases of about 5% only on incomes above $400,000 for individuals or $450,000 for couples. the deal extends unemployment benefits, renews tax credits geared toward low-income families, and delays automatic cuts for military and other spending for two months. president obama compromised on the tax issue after initially backing increases on family incomes
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